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Filipino liberal corrects history

Reader comment on item: Rethinking the Egypt-Israel "Peace" Treaty
in response to reader comment: What Muslim fairy tales?

Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Nov 24, 2006 at 14:13

This is rather embarrassing as Filipino liberal is correct. So what if in 1967, Egypt had staged their fighter aircraft and were preparing for an attack on Israel the next day. Everyone knows that Jews are not allowed to commence defensive action until Arab nations have commenced attack.

So what if Arab nations commenced attack on Israel the day after United Nations declared Israel a nation in May 1948. The proper protocol for Israel was to formally adopt UN resolution, instead of launching defensive action against Arab attack. And who cares if Arab nations have no intention of accepting UN resolution for the establishment of Israel. In a re-affirmation of the PLO's 1974 "destroy Israel" program, commonly known as the Phased Plan; Fatah co-founder Farouk Kadumi spoke on Nov. 29th with Iran's Al-Aram television station and termed the struggle for a two-state solution just a stage on the road to only one state.

I stated that Muslims believe that the earth belongs to Islam, and there can be no peace until Islam rules the earth. On Aug 11/06, the following comments by an Imam were posted on Aljazeera: "What's wrong with you Muslims? You have set your sights to low. Don't you know that the world belongs to you. Instead of fighting the Jews, you need to fight the whole world. You should've had control over the whole world by now. Allah is angry because you have forgotten." Well apparently, the Qur'an, the Hadiths, the Holy Imam and me are wrong. Why; because Filipino liberal said so and when has he ever been wrong?

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